Focus Groups

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Focus Groups is a qualitative method defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki. The following studies use this method for data collection (17):

 Citation
Aufderheide et al. (2018)Aufderheide, P., Pappalardo, K., Suzor, N. And Stevens, J. (2018) Calculating the consequences of narrow Australian copyright exceptions: Measurable, hidden and incalculable costs to creators. Poetics, 69, pp15-26.
Bmrb Social Research (2009)BMRB Social Research. (2009). Future copyright development. Intellectual Property Office, UK.
Danbury (2016)Danbury, R. (2016). Is an EU publishers’ right a good idea? Final report on the AHRC project: Evaluating potential legal responses to threats to the production of news in a digital era, https://www.cipil.law.cam.ac.uk/sites/www.law.cam.ac.uk/files/images/www.cipil.law.cam.ac.uk/documents/copyright_and_news/danbury_publishers_right_report.pdf
European Union Intellectual Property Office (2016)European Union Intellectual Property Office (2016). Intellectual Property and Youth.
Flynn and Palmedo (2017)Flynn, S. and Palmedo, M. (2017) The User Rights Database: Measuring the Impact of Copyright Balance. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3082371 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3082371
Haigh (2009)Haigh, M. (2009). Of ducks and downloads: The moral economy of intellectual property in post-Soviet society. Libri, 59(4), 248-258.
Hansen and Walden (2012)Hansen, J. M., & Walden, E. (2013). The Role of Restrictiveness of Use in Determining Ethical and Legal Awareness of Unauthorized File Sharing. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 14(9), 521-549.
Heins and Beckles (2005)
Kartas and Goode (2012)Kartas, A and Goode, S (2012) Use, perceived deterrence and the role of software piracy in video game console adoption. Information Systems Frontiers, Volume 14(2), pp 261 - 277
Lin (2019)Lin, H. (2019) Teaching and Learning Without a Textbook: Undergraduate Student Perceptions of Open Educational Resources. International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 20(3)
Shaheed (2014)Shaheed, F., Copyright Policy and the Right to Science and Culture, Human Rights Council, U.N. General Assembly (A/HRC/28/57(2014)).
Sheehan, Tsao and Pokrywczynski (2012)Sheehan, B., Tsao, J., & Pokrywczynski, J. (2012). Stop the Music: How Advertising Can Help Stop College Students from Downloading Music Illegally. Journal of Advertising Research, 52, 309-321.
United States Copyright Office (2011)Satellite Extension and Localism Act (STELA), Section 302 Report, United States Copyright Office (2011), available at http://copyright.gov/reports/section302-report.pdf.
United States Copyright Office (2013a)Resale Royalties: An Updated Analysis, United States Copyright Office (2013), available at http://copyright.gov/docs/resaleroyalty/usco-resaleroyalty.pdf.
United States Copyright Office (2013b)Copyright Small Claims, United States Copyright Office (2013), available at http://copyright.gov/docs/smallclaims/usco-smallcopyrightclaims.pdf.
United States Copyright Office (2015a)Copyright and the Music Marketplace, United States Copyright Office (2015), available at http://copyright.gov/docs/musiclicensingstudy/copyright-and-the-music-marketplace.pdf.
United States Copyright Office (2015b)Orphan Works and Mass Digitization, United States Copyright Office (2015), available at http://copyright.gov/orphan/reports/orphan-works2015.pdf.